A Pescadero woman is in shock after a mountain lion entered her house at night through an open door and snatched the family dog off her bed.
Glad the guy is okay, but seriously, why should the public have to pay to rescue someone doing something risky and foolhardy? He should have to pay for the expense of the rescue operation. Leave your comment about this at the link below.
She ate mostly eggs and cookies. Could this become the new Mediterranean diet?
Ermanno Vanino has created an Internet TV series at Desert Dwellers. Ermanno travels around the Southwest’s four great deserts (Mojave, Sonora, Chihuahua, and the Great Basin) interviewing interesting characters who live and make a living in the arid zone.
After nine years as the Half Moon Bay Ritz-Carlton Hotel's bagpipe player, often seen and heard roaming the hotel grounds as the sun sets, Michael Seibert has lost his job to another bagpiper. Backstory and Seibert's lawsuit against the Ritz filed yesterday in San Mateo County Superior Court are at the link above.
Adjacent apartment building says tenants have moved out because of lack of access to the beach.
Police in Southern California are beginning to encourage the public to contact them first and verify whether incidents posted on social media are true. Posts include reports of attempted kidnappings at area stores and other crimes, all of which never occurred. I want to talk to someone who can speak to what if anything social media companies and others can do to get a handle on this. Contact John Scheibe, Ventura County Star, email@example.com, newspaper URL: http://www.vcstar.com/
Pacifica Chamber of Commerce head Vickie Flores resigned March 15. See front page, Pacifica Tribune, March 29 (newsstands and online) for details.